The Future of In-Memory Computing in a Rapidly Changing World
In-memory computing is facing a rapidly evolving technology landscape. Cloud computing has been growing rapidly. The widespread availability of non-volatile RAM products is here. At the same time, digital transformation is unleashing massive quantities of data, often streaming data, which requires real-time ingestion, processing and analysis. These evolving use cases are driving the deployment of hybrid in-memory computing architectures – known as HTAP, HOAP or Translytical – which support real-time transactions and analytics on the operational data set. Nikita will discuss the path forward against the backdrop of these emerging technologies. He will also cover use cases as in-memory computing navigates through the challenges of these rapid, and beneficial, changes.
Nikita has over 20 years of experience in software application development, building HPC and middleware platforms, contributing to the efforts of other startups and notable companies including Adaptec, Visa and BEA Systems. Nikita was one of the pioneers in using Java technology for server side middleware development while working for one of Europe’s largest system integrators in 1996. He is an active member of Java middleware community, contributor to the Java specification, and holds a Master’s degree in Electro Mechanics from Baltic State Technical University, Saint Petersburg, Russia.